Hi there. A couple releases back, I created some drop shadow postcards for Sweet Stamp Shop and I got a lot of questions about how I did it. I finally found the time to create a video to show off two ways of achieving this technique: using a scan n cut or using masking post its.
It’s a pretty simple technique but it creates a super cool effect. This time, I use it as a more subtle part of the card since I wanted the focus on the main stamp image and the sentiment. I looooove tequila so it was the perfect time for this.
Check out the video below for how I created it and also all the supplies I used to create these two cards.
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Items marked with an asterisk (*) were provided by a store or the manufacturer. All other items were personally purchased.
- *Sweet Stamp Shop – Tequila:
- Distress Inks: https://goo.gl/AVMirX
- Peacock Feathers, Twisted Citron, Mowed Lawn
- Fiskar Paper Trimmer: https://goo.gl/LW8QvB
- Post It Full Adhesive Notes: http://amzn.to/2wqBHBj
- Anti-Static powder tool: https://goo.gl/igQ5dJ
- Versamark, Embossing Ink: https://goo.gl/wbqyLu
- Hero Arts White Embossing Powder: https://goo.gl/3G44Hv
- Wagner Heat Gun: https://goo.gl/2Q4AaL
- Teflon Bone Folder: https://goo.gl/tgsuZE
- Copics: (I recommend purchasing at Blick’s)
- YG17, YG13, YG11, R29, C3, C1, C00, BG10, BG11, G28, YG25, E13, E15, R39, BG18, BG13
- Tim Holtz Mini Snips: https://goo.gl/cMxBbE
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